Thesaurus / overplus

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Two flattering and gorgeous policemen got into the circle and pressed back the overplus of Samaritans.

Her cloudy condition possibly indicates an overplus of water.

AstronomyDavid Todd

They had to start at the very beginning, and that, too, with an overplus of criminal population.

The bill imported, That the overplus arising from these funds should be accounted for to parliament.

They, too, disliked the overplus system, while the managers as resolutely favoured it.

But why should they object to the rich getting rid of the overplus of wealth in any way they please?

UpsidoniaArchibald Marshall

The overplus returned after paying for a thing in a round sum.

The Slang DictionaryJohn Camden Hotten

He wanted the passion and overplus of nature that might have borne him to new heights, and new continents of thought and feeling.

Consider man, as Metchnikoff describes him, with his overplus of sex energy.

Surplus, sur′plus, n. the overplus: excess above what is required.

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